Written by Tashi Sherpa (Middlebury College), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Spring 2023 Here are some photos that capture my first 3 weeks in Taiwan! My first night in Taiwan, my local roommate took my housemates and I around to grab noodles from a food stand near our apartment. Then we also got an order of stinky tofu […]
Friends, Food, and Fun!
Written by Quila Gustave (Allegheny College), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Spring 2023 Posing in 118 Street while admiring the scenery Coming to Taiwan can be an exciting and nerve-wracking feeling. CET helps with orientation, where you learn about the program and make friends! For me, on the day of arrival, I went to the CET office […]
Photo Essay: CET Colombia
Photos by Maya Martin (Howard University), Student Correspondent for CET Colombia, Spring 2023 Getting Adjusted: Much to See, Much to Do, Much to Learn After months of anticipation and excitement, we’ve finally arrived in Cali! While our host school, Universidad Autónoma de Occidente (UAO), is celebrating 50 years of business, us students are celebrating the start of […]
Dancing With a Globeleza Carnival Queen
Written by Angel Akinleye (Howard University), Student Correspondent for CET Brazil, Spring 2023 There is a vibrancy in the room. The large studio overlooks the city of São Paulo, and the beat of the music matches the rhythm of our movements. The class was a shared moment of inspiration and beauty. CET provides students with extracurricular activities throughout […]
Photo Essay: CET Japan
Photos taken by Judy Li (Soka University of America), Student Correspondent for CET Japan, Spring 2023 We had an outing to Dotonbori on the first weekend! We all bought and ate lots of street food, and I loved my chocolate banana’s funny face! My first okonomiyaki in Japan. They are the mom okonomiyaki and the baby okonomiyakis. We ate them in Dotonbori. We […]
Photo Essay: CET Jordan
Photos by Andreas Fathalla, (Kalamazoo College), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Fall 2022. An arrangement of fresh pomegranates and corn, which I assume are locally farmed, being sold out of the back of a truck in the Al-Swaifiyeh area.